Preterm birth is an urgent public health crisis in our country with approximately one in 10 babies born prematurely
Lessons From How the Polio Vaccine Went From the Lab to the Public That Americans Can Learn From Today
The most significant biomedical advance of the past century had a rocky start, but ultimately the polio vaccine led to the disease being eradicated.
How a New Way Of Parsing COVID-19 Data Began to Show The Breadth Of Health Gaps Between Blacks and Whites
Desegregating data of COVID-19 and other health issues provides a clearer picture of racial and demographic disparities.
Across the country, the affluent are waiting out the pandemic in vacation homes, straining local health care facilities.
What’s in Your Medicine May Surprise You – a Call for Greater Transparency About Inactive Ingredients
The ingredients listed on the bottle only tell half the story. Here's what you need to know.
Obamacare’s Unexpected Bonus: How the Affordable Care Act Is Helping Middle-Aged Americans During the Pandemic
For millions, the ACA is making a big difference during the coronavirus crisis.
Promises of free tests are being rolled back in ways that are creating turmoil for consumers, even as testing has become more plentiful.
The Supreme Court Wednesday settled — at least for now — a decade's worth of litigation over the women's health provisions of the Affordable Care Act.